Upholstery Cleaning Supplies Ideas
If you are looking for upholstery cleaning supplies get some "Tuff Stuff" at Wal-Mart, grocery, auto store etc. Try it on an inconspicuous spot for color fastness, then clean away!
My father in law has a recliner that is over 12 years old, sits in it every day and it got horrendously dirty. I had a couple upholstery cleaning professionals try to clean it, but to no avail. Somebody told me about this stuff. I bought it, used it and that chair has as clean upholstery as the day it was bought! Use it on pet stains, clothing stains etc. It's fantastic stuff!
Also you would be amazed with what baby wipes do. My uncle has a cleaning business and doesn't use anything abrasive. He told me that she uses baby wipes to clean furniture. When I had my own child, and a whole new category of spills, I tried his suggestion out. I was amazed with how well it worked. There isn't too much water and soap, but enough to get stains and dirt out.
For those large hard to get out stains I use Bissell fabric and upholstery cleaner. These are some of the best upholstery cleaners I have used.
WARNING: Before making any attempts to remove spot, always test fabric for colorfastness first by applying a small amount of the cleaning solution or chemical on a hidden or unnoticeable area. The tips listed here are not guaranteed to work with every carpet, fabric or upholstered item. When using any chemical or liquid on fabric you should PROCEED WITH CAUTION. If you are unsure as to how your fabric or upholstery might be affected you should call a professional cleaning technician in your area.
Some products like hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, bleach, or alcohol can change or remove the color in some fabrics.
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